Debbe Daley

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It certainly feels like spring in Paris — the time of year we switch gears from holiday decor to everything fresh, new and exciting. Having attended many American design shows and only hearing colleagues talk about Paris Design Week, the hype escalated, and it was surely not to disappoint. I and my three Boston Design […]
The new year brings lots of new beginnings, promises made with all good intentions. There also comes a time to take a moment to reflect not only on the year just past but also on life’s journey leading up to the new one. It wasn’t until this week when that set in. I had been […]
I’ve been working on a downsize decorating project since the middle of July, from new construction to move-in day. Now, it’s time to decorate. From what was seen regarding color trends and styles at High Point Market, we are right on trend. Bright colors and traditional motifs are on the rise and are back in […]
Another summer season has passed, cooler weather has arrived, and a feeling of seasonal decorating is in the air.
It’s hard to believe just one year ago already was Boston Fall Design Market, and here it is again — a two-day extravaganza of all things interior design, a time of year when there is a buzz about the building and design knowledge is shared.
For all lovers of the color blue, this is for you. Sherwin Williams announced this week its Color of the Year for 2020 is Naval. Naval SW 6244, as described in a statement from Sherwin Williams, is “ a rich navy hue that strikes a balance between calm and confident.” As the announcement came, it […]
When Betsy Chisholm of Lowell contacted me last September for a consultation on remodeling her galley kitchen and bathrooms and to gather ideas on the rest of her loft space, we established a game plan with design details she could implement herself. Here’s how it all went down. Consultation notes were taken while conducting a […]
In the world of renovations and building new homes, purchasing an older home could mean many more structural issues than what you’ve bargained for. However, when looking at a space for the first time with original homeowner’s belongings and décor in place, it can be difficult to see beyond and what the space could look […]
Big news in the furniture and design industry is creating an uneasy buzz for some designers. This is due to many new home-furnishing stores opening brick-and-mortar locations, like Wayfair and HomeSense. Shopping online has taken the place of going through a designer to purchase home decor and furniture. But buying furniture is one thing — […]